How should we measure the amount of value lost when an invasive species damages an ecosystem?
Science budgets have been cut around the world but floods in England and Canada highlight why society can ill afford these cuts.
A new report from the WWF shows why fighting corruption can also help protect biodiversity.
The five things we’ll be watching for in Obama’s State of the Union address.
The shuttering of the Didcot A power plant has left a hole in the UK’s power supply. How will it be filled?
A year into his second term, how is President Obama’s legacy on climate change taking shape?
The proposed environmental chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement suggests the agreement may be a step backwards for global environmental protection.
We produce enough food today to feed the entire world. Why we don’t is largely an issue of distribution. How would transitioning to local production of food change that?
Is there such a thing as a “global water policy”? Or is water primarily a local issue? Jisung Park sits down with noted water expert John Briscoe to discuss these and many other issues.
Managing water in a rapidly-changing world is becoming increasingly difficult. What solutions are out there, and how are they being put to use?